Management Board of TAKKT AG complete
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Dr Claude Tomaszewski new CFO
Stuttgart, Germany, 13 September 2011. At today's meeting, the Supervisory Board appointed Dr Claude Tomaszewski as new Chief Financial Officer of TAKKT AG. The 42-year-old graduate in business administration will assume the office with effect from 01 November 2011. Tomaszewski, currently Group Finance Director at the British Celesio subsidiary AAH Pharmaceuticals, succeeds Dr Florian Funck, who joined the Management Board of Franz Haniel & Cie. GmbH, TAKKT's majority shareholder, on 01 September 2011 after serving as TAKKT Group's CFO for seven years.
Short profile of TAKKT AG
TAKKT is the leading B2B direct marketing specialist for business equipment in Europe and North America. The Group is represented with its brands in more than 25 countries. The product range of the TAKKT subsidiaries comprises some 160,000 items for the areas of business and warehouse equipment, classic and design-oriented office furniture and accessories, and supplies for retailers, the food service industry and the hotel market.
TAKKT Group employs some 1,800 staff, has around three million customers worldwide and distributes approximately 50 million catalogues and mailings per year.
TAKKT AG is listed on the SDAX and was admitted to Deutsche Boerse's Prime Standard on 01 January 2003.
Dr Felix A. Zimmermann, CEO
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